Dead and Company Tickets

The Grateful Dead has been resurrected, or at least a version of the band. The members of the California based rock ensemble - Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir have joined hands with John Mayer to form Dead & Company. Fans thought they had seen the last of this legendary band when they wrapped up their epic reunion concerts “Fare Thee Well”. But the Dead are not quite ready to hit the dust and claim they have some unfinished business. Dead & Company will mark their debut with a 10-date tour that will kick-off on October 29 from Albany NY. The jaunt that stretches through the end of the year has witnessed massive Dead and Company tickets sales and already some additional dates have been announced.


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The Grateful Dead – Beloved Musical Ambassadors of Psychedelic Era

Rock music’s longest and the most enduring survivors, The Grateful Dead have been spreading their messages of love and peace since 1965. A cult band, they have a celebrated fan base called the Deadheads who follow them all over the world, filling out arenas on their tours and increasing their albums’ sales. Formed by the longtime bluegrass enthusiast Jerry Garcia, the band boasts of an eclectic repertoire that’s influenced by country, folk and blues. They have retained their immense fan following by regularly touring and performing in indoor venues and huge stadiums.

Despite releasing 13 studio albums and receiving immense radio airtime, the Dead were primarily a live act and took their music all over the world. They continued to expand their touring schedule and spent most of their time on road. Contemporaries in psychedelic-era came and went, some ceased to exist, but The Grateful Dead held their own, attracting more and more fans. Deadheads was the name given to these diehard supporters who became notorious for their tie-dyed fashion. While it did wonders for The Grateful Dead concert tickets, it had some serious repercussions as well. This new influx of fans changed the crowd dynamic and audience who usually were quite mellow became famous for their rowdy behavior and excessive use of drugs. The members themselves had to face some tough time – hospitalization due to drug overdose, death of Garcia and other lineup changes. But the wounded heroes joined hands to rise again and once again set out to build their legacy. It’s their devotion and passion toward music that despite saying goodbye to the fans on the “Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead” Tour, the band has returned promising some untold stories and songs.

John Mayer to Add Spice into Dead & Company

When Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir announced a U-turn stating they had some unfinished business, John Mayer was eager to join them on this new journey. According to Weir, Mayer’s enthusiasm did wonders for the band’s confidence. “Mayer’s involvement is like cherry on a sundae. It’s gratifying to see somebody discover our work and it’s also fun to have someone who’s cranked up about it – a new initiate into our way of doing things”.

Mayer always knew that these legendary musicians would return as music tells artists what it wants, what it wants to do and where it wants to go. Ending on this meaningful note, here’s a list of songs that you can enjoy with your Dead & Company tickets.

  • Scarlet Begonias
  • Bertha
  • Fire on the Mountain
  • Ripple
  • Uncle John’s Band
  • Friend of the Devil
  • Touch of Grey
  • Truckin
  • Casey Jones
  • Stop This Train
  • Gravity
  • Your Body is a Wonderland
  • Why Georgia
  • Daughters
  • Covered in Rain

The Dead & Company Summer Tour 2017 

Dead & Company will soon be hitting the road for their third major summer tour in as many years.  The Dead & Company Summer Tour 2017 will see the band perform twenty shows in fifteen cities across the United States. The road trip will begin on May 27, 2017 the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The tour is scheduled to end on July 1, 2017 at the Wrigley Field in Chicago. Dead & Company will play shows at venues like the Ak-Chin Pavilion, the Hollywood Bowl, the Shoreline Amphitheatre, the Folsom Field, the Fenway Park and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center among others.

Dead and Company Songs

  • Fire on the Mountain (Grateful Dead cover) Play Video stats
  • Bertha (Grateful Dead cover) Play Video stats
  • Shakedown Street (Grateful Dead cover) Play Video stats
  • Playing in the Band (Bob Weir cover) Play Video stats
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